Wow, a patient of mine recently brought this to my attention, I’d never had it before. What an easy and delicious combination of veggies and spices. It contains: turmeric and ginger – great for digestion and inflammation, cinnamon – great for blood sugar regulation, onions and garlic – great for […]
Recently I was wondering what to cook for dinner – something that wouldn’t take too long and would be fairly light. I had just been grocery shopping and happened to get some canned (wild) salmon and thought I’d combine my love of fish and cakes!
This past weekend, Courtney and I took the kids apple picking. It was a beautiful day, we’d just been to a new local “cidery” (great place, but that’s another story for another day), and thought lets go pick some local apples. At first we thought nothing of it, but while […]
Fermented foods are becoming a hit again, and rightly so! They’re packed with beneficial bacteria that help with digestion, our immune system, allergies, and the list goes on! So how do you make your own? Easy! Just keep reading… Ingredients (best if you can grow these yourself!): 1 head […]
We all know about the anaphylactic reactions that some people have to food, but were you aware that most people can have a different and less severe reaction? Although the symptoms are not life threatening, they can be extremely debilitating. Let’s compare the 2 types: Type 1 hypersensitivity reaction is […]
Getting tired of putting your protein powder in smoothies all the time? No problem! This school-safe, gluten and dairy-free, no-bake bar is easy to make with ingredients you’ve got at home.
Here’s an all too familiar story: its my kids bedtime and he just started coughing and wiping his nose with his sleeve (thank you every kid he’s come in contact with). It’s too late to go and get a cough syrup, so I hope he can make it through the night without […]
This was the first year we grew kale, and I had no idea how abundant the harvest would be. 6 plants yielded 2 large bags, so I needed to figure out what to do with all of it – so I thought I’d blog about it! First I washed all […]
It’s summer, we should all be eating more vegetables! Instead of using lettuce, try amping up the health-o-meter by using kale instead. It’s a little tougher, but the taste is incredible, especially if you get some that is locally grown. The mustard vinaigrette dressing is super easy and adds some punch […]
Contributed by Dr. Mary Peric ND. When working with individuals who suffer from chronic skin issues such as psoriasis, eczema, acne, rosacea to list a few, we must always look deeper than the skin! Just brushing the surface with topical treatments, does not address the interior imbalances manifesting themselves on the […]